Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Two Dogs Prospects Invited To Quebec Camp

Two Saint John Sea Dogs prospects have been invited to Quebec’s under-17 summer evaluation camp. Those chosen for the team will represent the province at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge this December.

Forward Samuel Dove-McFalls and defenseman Thomas Chabot, who were both selected by Saint John in the 2013 Quebec Major Junior Hockey League Entry Draft, were among the players invited. Dove-McFalls is on Team White at the camp while Chabot is on Team Blue.

Chabot, selected 22nd overall by the Sea Dogs in June, recorded six goals and 20 assists in 41 games with the Lévis Commandeurs of the Quebec Midget AAA circuit.

Dove-McFalls, selected 47th overall by the Dogs, registered 15 goals and 26 assists in 28 games with the Lac St-Louis Tigres Espoir squad.

On-ice activities begin tomorrow at the camp. Roster info and the full schedule can be found here.

Four other Sea Dogs prospects have a chance to take part in the Under-17 Challenge as well. Nathan Noel, Will Thompson, Bailey Webster, and Christopher Smith were all invited to attend Team Atlantic camp.

This year’s World Under-17 Hockey Challenge will take place in Cape Breton beginning on December 29th.

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